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Installation procedure - preparation of the treeKAME project$Id: INSTALL,v 1.10 1999/11/08 13:29:13 kazu Exp $KAME build tree shares parts of the tree among operating systemplatforms. The "kame" directory is shared among "netbsd", "freebsd2",and other platforms. You'll first need to make a complete tree fromthe distributed tree.NOTE: On some platforms it is possible to perform "make obj" beforethe build. However, it is not recommended since it will causetroubles with anoncvs operation. For example, "make update" target inthe top-level Makefile will become unusable. Do not perform "makeobj" unless you are ready to tackle those troubles.0. If you have installed KAME kit in the past, you may need to remove files under /usr/local/v6 to avoid conflicts or misuse of old file during build process. We recommend you to remove the following, at least: /usr/local/v6/lib/* Also, do not forget to update /usr/include in step 5 (see below), otherwise include files and source code become out-of-sync. 1. Identify your target operating system, by looking at document named "VERSION". Suppose the target is "netbsd".2. Be sure to have complete tree under your target directory ("netbsd"). In some cases you'll need to bring in vanilla distribution into subdirectories and perform "patch" operation. Consult target directory- dependent document for details.3. Invoke the following: % make TARGET=netbsd prepare This will create necessary symbolic links for the build (from TARGET tree to "kame" tree). NOTE: You'll need "perl" interpreter for invoking this.4. Some part of the tree will be compiled, only if there are certain libraries installed beforehand: usr.sbin/tcpdump: If There is SSLeay or OpenSSL installed beforehand, tcpdump will let you look inside IPsec packet (-E option). usr.bin/racoon: Compiles only if SSLeay or OpenSSL is installed beforehand. Please install those libraries before building KAME tree. We support the following installations in build tree: - you installed SSLeay, with default installation path - you installed OpenSSL, with default installation path This means that you have given no option to "./configure". - you installed SSLeay, via FreeBSD ports/NetBSD pkgsrc system - you installed OpenSSL, via FreeBSD ports/NetBSD pkgsrc system. Note that we do not support ports-current/pkgsrc-current. Please stick to the ports/pkgsrc came the FreeBSD/NetBSD you are using. If you install SSLeay/OpenSSL with some other ways, KAME build tree may fail to find SSLeay/OpenSSL and omit compilation of, for example, usr.sbin/racoon.5. Go down to the target operating system you have specified, and read document named "INSTALL". Good luck!